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View the document Acknowledgements
View the document 1. Designing integrated pest management for sustainable and productive futures.
View the document 2. Biotechnology's bitter harvest: herbicide-tolerant crops and the threat to sustainable agriculture.
View the document 3. Chemistry, agriculture and the environment.
View the document 4. Mise au point de techniques appropriées de lir qui seront utilisés par les petits agriculteurs traditionnels d'Afrique tropicale.(developing appropriate ipm technology for the traditional small-scale farmer in tropical Africa).
View the document 5. Biological control in developing countries: towards its wider application in sustainable pest management.
View the document 6. Transforming plants as a means of crop protection against insects.
View the document 7. Utilization of va-mycorrhiza as a factor in integrated plant protection.
View the document 8. Activity of four plant leaf extracts against three fungal pathogens of rice.
View the document 9. A useful approach to the biocontrol of cassava pathogens.
View the document 10. Evaluation of the biological activity of flax as a trap crop against orobanche parasitism of vicia faba.
View the document 11. Insect pest management.
View the document 12. Economic contributions of pest management to agricultural development.
View the document 13. The effects of intercropping and mixed varieties of predators and parasitoids of cassava whiteflies (hemiptera: aleyrodidae) in Colombia.
View the document 14. Prospects for traditional and cultural practices in integrated pest management of some root crop diseases in rivers state, Nigeria.
View the document 15. Studies on cowpea farming practices in nigeria, with emphasis on insect pest control.
View the document 16. Effect of various fertilizers and rates on insect pest/pearl millet relationship in Senegal.
View the document 17. Insect pests of intercrops and their potential to infest oil palm in an oil-palm-based agroforestry system in India.
View the document 18. Using weather data to forecast insect pest outbreaks.
View the document 19. Insect pest management and socio-economic circumstances of small-scale farmers for food crop production in western Kenya: a case study.
View the document 20. Rodent communities associated with three traditional agroecosystems in the San Luis potosi plateau, Mexico.
View the document 21. Grain storage losses in Zimbabwe.
View the document 22. Controlling weeds without chemicals.
View the document 23. Weed management in agroecosystems: ecological approaches.
View the document 24. Manual on the prevention of post-harvest grain losses.
View the document 25. Evaluation of efficient weed management systems in pigeonpea (cajanus cajan l.)
View the document 26. Weed management in a low-input cropping system in the Peruvian Amazon region.
View the document 27. Poblaciones, biomasa y banco de semillas de arvenses en cultivos de maiz zea mays l. Y frijol phaseolus vulgaris l. Efecto de m+todos de control y rotaciones. (Weed population, biomass, and seed bank in maize and bean crops. Effects of control methods and crop rotations).
View the document 28. Effects of groundnut, cowpea and melon on weed control and yields of intercropped cassava and maize.
View the document 29. Intercropping and weeding: effects on some natural enemies of African bollworm, heliothis armigera (hbn.) (lep., Noctuidae), in bean fields.

Abstracts on plant protection